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MHFA Champion Training

Become a MHFA Champion with this 1 day course

MHFA Champion Training - 1 Day

Ideal For:

Managers

Length

1 Day

Accredited By:

Accredited By:

Royal Society of Public Health

Mental Health First Aid

This one-day MHFA accredited course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aid Champion. Best suited to those that want to gain a better understanding of mental health, this course looks at how to spot the signs and symptoms of common mental health conditions as well as the practical skills involved in helping someone in need. The course also looks at building a mentally healthy workplace through promoting mental health awareness, combating stigma, action planning and what staff can do to help others.

Who is this course for?

While this course can be attended by anyone, it is particularly useful to anyone who manages or supervises others. Requiring no previous knowledge, the skills covered in this course will allow managers to better understand and fulfil the needs of the people they are responsible for. Learners are also taught how to have those difficult mental health conversations and what can be done to help and support them.

As a MHFA Champion you will gain:

Mhfa Champion Course
Online Mental Health Course

Everyone who completes the course will get:

Mental Health Training

Course Structure

Our Mental Health First Aid training involves completing 2 sessions across a minimum of 1 day and taking part in a mixture of presentations, group discussions, case studies and workshop activities.

Courses are limited to a maximum of 16 people

Introduction to MHFA and Mental Health

Session 1

About Mental Health First Aid
About mental health and stress in the workplace
Stigma and discrimination
Depression
Anxiety disorders
Other mental health issues (eating disorders, self-harm, psychosis
Early warning signs of mental ill health
Alcohol, drugs and mental health

Application and ALGEE

Session 2

Applying the Mental Health First Aid action plan
Action 1: Approach, Assess, Assist
Suicide
ion 2: Listen
Action 3: Give support
Action 4: Encourage professional help
Action 5: Encourage other support
Recovery
Building a mentally healthy workplace
Action planning for using MHFA

Upcoming Courses

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Our standard maximum number of delegates for face-to-face courses is 12, however if we are able to do so safely, we are able to increase this to 16. For our online courses, we generally limit delegate numbers to 16 people.

For our online MHFA Champion training you must actively take part in both live webinar sessions. For face-to-face training you must take part in both sessions.

As part of the online training you must take part in both live sessions. For face-to-face training you must take part in both sessions.

You get a 100-page MHFA manual, a workbook and a quick reference card. Upon completion you will be given a certificate of attendance.

Our Mental Health First Aid training is accredited by Mental Health First Aid England.

Contact us with your requirements (i.e. dates and location), we may be able to arrange something to suit your needs.

For the online training you will need a microphone in order to interact within the sessions. You do not need a camera; however, it is highly recommended in order to get the most from the course.

A device that has a good internet connection and a microphone. We also strongly recommend that you have a camera in order to get the most from the course. We recommend joining from a personal laptop to reduce the likelihood of IT departments blocking the live sessions. 

Unfortunately, we are unable to edit the MFHA course syllabus. However, we do offer bespoke training courses which can be designed around your organisation’s needs. Please contact us to discuss bespoke training packages.

Public Mental Health Champion courses are usually delivered using Zoom, we will send you a link to join the course after purchase. Private courses can be held on other platforms (e.g. Microsoft Teams) depending on your organisation’s requirements.